Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
lmr18, if you are still looking for a source of parts, it would depend on where you are. If in the US, Google Fargo Enterprises Kodak. If in Canada, Doug banks Photo or email me at email@example.com
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
do you hear any sounds when you press the button? if not, the button may be malfunctioning. if it doesn't make a sound or movement in reverse either, there is a bad connection between the controls and the solenoids. if it does try to advance and not move the carousel, it's a mechanical problem in the mechanism. usually due to the grease getting sticky from heat and age. take it in for a good cleaning and an adjustment. there are a few cams in there that wear out after a while, too.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
By the sounds of your description, your projector needs an adjustment to the slide change mechanism. This is best done by a factory-trained dealer, who has the service manual. Sorry I can't be of more help. Happy New Year!
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: Kodak 750h Projector - The
If the projector fails to change slides in forward or reverse, then chances are that your projector has a broken cycle solenoid link. The link connects the slide change (cycle) solenoid to the slide change mechanism. Over time the link (made of plastic) gets brittle and cracks. The good news is parts are still available ( www.micro-tools.com) The bad news is this is a difficult repair and usually requires a service manual and a factory-trained repair dealer. Good Luck!!
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
SOURCE: my kodak carousel 5600 slide
You are experiencing a fairly common problem called continuous cycling. It is caused by use or mis-adjustment.
If you feel comfortable with a electro-mechanical adjustment, take a look at the attached picture for the correct alignment of the cycle contacts. The positioning is critical for correct operation.
Turn the projector upside down (unplugged), and remove the bottom screws. Then carefully remove the bottom cover. The cycle contact assembly will be in the center of the projector.
If you need help, contact a authorized repair dealer. Good Luck!!
Posted on Aug 08, 2011
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